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Wortman v. Logmein, Inc.

United States District Court, D. Massachusetts

August 29, 2019

JOSHUA WORTMAN, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Plaintiff,
v.
LOGMEIN, INC., a Delaware corporation, Defendant.

          LATHAM & WATKINS LLP William J. Trach (BBO # 661401) Timothy J. McLaughlin (BBO# 691319) LATHAM & WATKINS LLP John Attorneys for Defendant LogMeln, Inc.

          AMARTIN LAW PC Alisa A. Martin* 600 W Broadway, LAW OFFICE OF NOOR KAZMI BRENNAN & DAVID LAW GROUP Lindsay C. David Attorneys for Joshua Wortman

          STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER

          GEORGE A. OTOOLE, JR. UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         CONTENTS

         Clause Page

         I. PROCEEDINGS AND FORM OF INFORMATION GOVERNED..................................1

         II. COMPUTATION OF TIME................................................................................................1

         III. PROTECTED INFORMATION - TYPES OF MATERIALS WHICH MAY BE DESIGNATED "CONFIDENTIAL" OR "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL - OUTSIDE COUNSEL ONLY"...........................................................................................1

         IV. DESIGNATING PROTECTED INFORMATION.............................................................4

         V. LIMITATIONS ON ACCESS TO AND USE OF PROTECTED INFORMATION..................................................................................................................6

         VI. FILING PROTECTED MATERIAL...................................................................................8

         VII. INADVERTENT PRODUCTION OF PROTECTED INFORMATION

         WITHOUT CONFIDENTIALITY DESIGNATION..........................................................8

         VIII. RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES REGARDING PROTECTED INFORMATION.............9

         IX. PRIVILEGED DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION...................................................10

         X. REQUEST FOR DOCUMENTS OR INFORMATION SUBJECT TO THIS ORDER IN UNRELATED ACTIONS.............................................................................10

         XI PARTY'S OWN INFORMATION...................................................................................11

         XII. APPLICABILITY TO THIRD PARTIES.........................................................................11

         XIII. NO PROBATIVE VALUE................................................................................................12

         XIV. TERMINATION OF LITIGATION..................................................................................12

         XV. ENFORCEMENT OF THIS PROTECTIVE ORDER AND JURISDICTION................13

         XVI. MODIFICATION OF THIS PROTECTIVE ORDER......................................................13

         I. PROCEEDINGS AND FORM OF INFORMATION GOVERNED

         A. This Protective Order shall govern any document, information, or other material or thing that is designated as containing "Confidential" and "Highly Confidential - Outside Counsel Only," information as defined herein, and is furnished by any party or non-party to any other party in connection with this case-i.e., l:18-cv-l 1475-GAO -in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts ("Action"). The Parties bound by this Protective Order include:

         1. Plaintiff Joshua Wortman, proposed Plaintiff Cathy Fitch, and the class Plaintiff seeks to represent; and 2. Defendant LogMeln, Inc., and proposed Defendant LogMeln USA, Inc.

         B. The form of information protected includes, but is not limited to, documents and things, responses to requests to produce documents or things, interrogatories, requests for admissions, subpoenas, deposition testimony and exhibits, and all copies, extracts, summaries, compilations, designations, and portions of the foregoing. For purposes of this Protective Order, "document" is synonymous in meaning and equal in scope to the usage of this term in Rule 34(a) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Rule 26.5(c) of the Local Rules.

         II. COMPUTATION OF TIME

         A. The computation of any period of time prescribed or allowed by this Order shall be governed by the provisions for computing time set forth in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 6.

         III. PROTECTED INFORMATION - TYPES OF MATERIALS WHICH MAY BE DESIGNATED "CONFIDENTIAL" OR "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL - OUTSIDE COUNSEL ONLY"

         A. Any oral or written communications, documents, or tangible things; responses to interrogatories; responses to requests for admission; deposition testimony; deposition transcripts and exhibits; other responses to requests for information and/or other written information or materials produced in this Action by any party or non-party (collectively, "Discovery Materials") may be designated by a producing party or non-party as "Confidential" or "Highly Confidential - Outside Counsel Only," under this Protective Order, if they contain information that the producing party has a good faith basis for asserting is confidential under the applicable legal standards and the definitions below. Both of the identified categories of information are referred to collectively in the Order as "Protected Information." Hereinafter, "Producing Party" shall refer to the party or non-party who produces or provides Discovery Materials, and "Receiving Party" shall refer to the party who receives Discovery Materials from another party or non-party.

         B. Information Designated as "Confidential Information" -"Confidential Information" shall include any Discovery Materials that the Producing Party reasonably believes not to be in the public domain and contains commercially sensitive information or information that employees, officers or directors of a Producing Party have a fiduciary duty to not disclose to third parties. "Confidential Information" shall include, for example, the following (oral and written) communications, documents, and tangible things produced or otherwise exchanged: financial records and/or related documents; communications pertaining to the revenue and profits of the products at issue, documents and communications containing a customer's personal or business address, phone number, and other similar contract information; documents and communications containing information or data relating to future products not yet commercially released; documents and communications containing information or data relating to business, marketing, and/or product strategy; documents and communications containing information or data relating to commercial or settlement agreements; documents and communications relating to market and/or competitive analyses; third-party confidential information, etc.

         1. Unless otherwise ordered by the Court or agreed to by the Producing Party, access to Discovery Materials marked "Confidential" shall be made available to the ...


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